Mont-Tremblant is the destination of choice for leisurely hikes or fasterpaced excursions. Hikers can enjoy stunning views from the many trails and viewpoints available. Reconnecting with nature is what Mont-Tremblant is all about.

Resort Center

If you are staying at a resort hotel or are visiting this spot, you absolutely must climb Tremblant Mountain, the highest peak in the Laurentians. 11 hiking trails welcome both beginners and families and experienced runners. More adventurous travelers can head to the summit via the Grand prix des couleurs trail, the shortest and the steepest. Tired? Not a problem, the panoramic Gondola can take you back down!

Best Bets

  • A picnic on one of the tables at the top of the mountain.
  • Family ice-cream treats after your hike.
  • Enjoy a well-deserved rest on one of the resort’s terraces among friends!

Domaine Saint-Bernard

Gather the family together and enjoy more than 40 kilometers of trails in the wilderness. Meet up with white-tailed deer, blue jays and other marine, plant and animal species. Sports? Go to the Centre de la nature Wheeler and workout with friends on the Parcours Wheeler, a 1 km trail consisting of 10 exercise stations of various intensity levels around the Lac Raynaud. Guaranteed fun!

Best Bets

  • Complete your getaway at the Pavillon d’Astronomie Vélan and explore the universe.
  • Visit the Jardin des oiseaux and observe more than 60 bird species, including the black-capped chickadee, the bluebird, the bohemian waxwing and the ruby-throated hummingbird.
  • End the day with a refreshing swim and a picnic at Lac Raynaud.

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Conquer La Diable, La Pimbina and the L’Assomption sectors, perfect for promenades or sport hiking. There, you will discover hundreds of lakes and rivers, 196 extraordinary species of birds and wildlife for you to observe and see. Long hiking paths are also available and are stocked with ten shelters accommodating from 2 to 18 people.

Best Bets

    • The observation centers and stunning views of the wildernesse
    • The magnificent Chute-du-Diable and the Chutes-Croches (waterfalls).
    • The exciting Via ferrata du Diable experience – a must try!
    • The possibility of making long hikes over many days and sleeping comfortably in shelters set up for visitors
    • More than 400 Lakes and sandy shores to practice nautical activities (Lac-des-Sables, Lac Escalier, Lac Caché, Lac Lauzon) and swimming (Lac Monroe – La Diable sector, and Lac Provost and La Diable sector – La Pimbina sector).


Domaine Saint-Bernard
$5 (17 and +)
Parc national du Mont-Tremblant
$8.50 (18 and +)


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